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A Winningway To Go

how long has it been since first Natalynn Winningway's story began to unfold... i was rushing along....writing at least 4 to 8 posts a week and suddenly i got derailed.....

blame it on the moon

....someone started howling.....a winsome cry.....and my fickled heart returned it...... whoa is me !!!

i was scooped up by the universe and hurled thru space at the speed of a meteor when i started this book

~pequeño el pobre~

but i don't intend to dwell on this....in fact i've dwelled on it to long already... much has happened on this long sojourn i've taken away from this book.....and all thru it i heard my book Attachments calling....i thought it was simmering on the back burner in my mind.....but eventually even i had to admit to myelf that my delicious Native American soup had grown cold

i hadn't tended the fire...and like a candle burning at both ends had burned myself out

i feel myself leveling out now.....so pen in hand....or bottom planted firmly in the computer chair i return to bring this tale back to life and hopefully finish it

bare with me please...while i look for my outline notes....and read my last few book posts

and once again we will be on that journey of discovery with

Natalynn Winningway

Joseph Winningway

She Takes Wing

and all the other characters of the book

thanks for your patience

this is a story of genetic engineering run amok....of indigenous people being taken advantage of...of chaos and complete confusion at what science has wrought..a Frankenstein monster or a salvation for mankind... viewed thru the eyes of Native Americans...Doctors...Scientist...the Government and the Military

You decide the truth of it for yourself

this book is E Book Copyrighted

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how long has it been since first Natalynn Winningway's story began to unfold... i was rushing along....writing at least 4 to 8 posts a week and suddenly i got derailed.....

blame it on the moon

....someone started howling.....a winsome cry.....and my fickled heart returned it...... whoa is me !!!

i was scooped up by the universe and hurled thru space at the speed of a meteor when i started this book

~pequeño el pobre~

but i don't intend to dwell on this....in fact i've dwelled on it to long already... much has happened on this long sojourn i've taken away from this book.....and all thru it i heard my book Attachments calling....i thought it was simmering on the back burner in my mind.....but eventually even i had to admit to myelf that my delicious Native American soup had grown cold

i hadn't tended the fire...and like a candle burning at both ends had burned myself out

i feel myself leveling out now.....so pen in hand....or bottom planted firmly in the computer chair i return to bring this tale back to life and hopefully finish it

bare with me please...while i look for my outline notes....and read my last few book posts

and once again we will be on that journey of discovery with

Natalynn Winningway

Joseph Winningway

She Takes Wing

and all the other characters of the book

thanks for your patience

this is a story of genetic engineering run amok....of indigenous people being taken advantage of...of chaos and complete confusion at what science has wrought..a Frankenstein monster or a salvation for mankind... viewed thru the eyes of Native Americans...Doctors...Scientist...the Government and the Military

You decide the truth of it for yourself

this book is E Book Copyrighted

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